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JOHOR BARU: Come December, retiree Sulaiman Othman will recall the ill-fated Malaysian Airlines System Flight 653 (MH653) that crashed into a mangrove forest in Tanjung Kupang 42 years ago.
ITS culture of accommodation and pragmatism has proven to be a source of strength in a year marked by growing United States-China tensions.
DOHA (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Saturday U.S. troops were in Saudi Arabia on a defensive basis only and that the United States would end all sanctions on Iran when Tehran fulfilled necessary conditions.
IPOH: Only 7.9% of private oil palm plantations in Perak are registered with the Malaysia Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) standard, says Teresa Kok.
PARIS (Reuters) - French oil major Total said on Saturday it has halted production at its 253,000 barrel-per-day Gonfreville Normandy refinery in northern France following a fire that has been contained for now.
BETHLEHEM/GAZA (Reuters) - George Salameh's family has lived in the Palestinian city of Bethlehem for 70 years. Still, he prefers his family be called "al-Yafawi", meaning "of Jaffa", an ode to the Mediterranean coastal town his family left in 1948 and still considers home.
ALGIERS (Reuters) - Algeria's new president faces the country's biggest political crisis in decades, a hostile economic climate and attacks on his legitimacy after winning an election with low turnout opposed by a massive protest movement.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters): Environmentalists on Friday (Dec 13) urged Indonesia, the world's top palm oil grower, to follow the lead of rival producer Malaysia by allowing plantation and land maps to be made public to help fight deforestation and forest fires.
SINGAPORE: Oil rose to US$60 a barrel for the first time in almost three months after US President Donald Trump signed off on a partial trade deal with China, giving a boost to the fragile outlook for global oil demand.
ALGIERS (Reuters) - A former prime minister was elected Algeria's new president in a vote the authorities hope will end months of turmoil, but protesters who toppled his predecessor marched again on Friday, vowing their movement would not stop.